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Douglas Casa
Chief Executive Officer of the Korey Stringer Institute at the University of Connecticut, love trail running, being a dad, beaches, hiking, family time, reading
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Douglas Casa 17h
This is why I love sports so much. Check out this amazing play.
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Korey Stringer Inst. May 17
Our latest issue of Pertinacity is out!
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Douglas Casa May 17
This study was conducted by the Korey Stringer Institute. It is an important step forward to understanding safety issues for middle school athletes- a population that is rarely studied, yet they have so many participants.
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Douglas Casa May 6
Thanks Trent!!!! Your talk on nutritional periodization blew my mind- one of the best professional talks I have seen in a long time.
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Douglas Casa May 6
How about the 4 minute mile for women? It will happen in the not so distant future.
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Kim Stein May 6
NEW Sports Science Exchange Article from , just in time for the summer heat: Monitoring Internal Body Temperature by
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Douglas Casa May 6
This could not have been more inaccurate. Obviously a very poor understanding of sports physiology. Testosterone can profoundly impact athletic performance.
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Douglas Casa May 3
A big moment to help enhance health and safety for collegiate athletes- the NCAA releases new standards to prevent sudden death in sport.
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Douglas Casa Apr 8
Replying to @K_S_Institute
Please help us out- we are trying to find serious distance runners who live pretty close to UCONN. Thanks!!!!
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Korey Stringer Inst. Apr 7
ENDURANCE ATHLETES WANTED for a Heat Acclimation Study at UConn. Seeking participants willing to travel to Storrs up to two times weekly. Participants will be eligible for monetary compensation and sports performance data may be provided. Please contact courteney.mincy@uconn.edu!
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Douglas Casa Mar 3
Really looking forward to GLATA. Thank you for the opportunity.
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Douglas Casa Jan 28
Very hopeful that the NCAA will make the needed changes to help prevent sudden death, especially during conditioning sessions.
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Douglas Casa Jan 17
Very excited to speak at this conference.
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Douglas Casa Jan 17
Looking forward to it.
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Douglas Casa Jan 16
Very honored to work with FloCycling on this project. They did an amazing job with the prep so the content is very useful.
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Andy Ryland Dec 1
Thinking back on my USAFB time, done projects with: and plus a weekly podcast with and speak to our Master Trainers daily. Best way to get better, be dumbest guy in room. TY.
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Douglas Casa Nov 22
The race is on- can we get cold water immersion baths for exertional heat stroke in place as policy for FHSAA before the next high school athlete in Florida dies from exertional heat stroke?
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Douglas Casa Oct 28
15th year working medical staff at Marine Corps Marathon. Very awesome.
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Douglas Casa Oct 14
Parents needs to know that nearly all deaths in sport are preventable with some very simple strategies. If your school district focused on that fact they would not have to worry about waivers. Keep up the fight to save other kids.
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Douglas Casa Sep 17
Replying to @cashogran
This is why we want an athletic trainer at every high school and why we need cold water immersion to treat exertional heat stroke. Heat stroke is 100% survivable with proper care.
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